signed

adjective
\ ˈsīnd How to pronounce signed (audio) \

Definition of signed

: having a sign especially : having a plus or minus sign signed numbers like +6 and −4

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Mariah Machnik, 22, brought a signed hockey stick for the raffle that was donated by the Boston Bruins Foundation. Sarah Wu, BostonGlobe.com, "Motorcyclists hold vigil for seven killed in crash," 27 June 2019 Israeli officials hope the Oman visit is a signal that public ties are possible without a signed Palestinian peace deal, even if those ties are somewhat limited. Felicia Schwartz, WSJ, "Netanyahu Presses to Build Relations in Gulf States," 28 Oct. 2018

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First Known Use of signed

1873, in the meaning defined above

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